-Murley takes D.A. position; Hammans up
-Big civil trial set Nov. 27
-Beckham County race unchanged by recount
-Bond looks for chances to help program
-Clinton basketball set for fantastic season
-Plus see local pictures
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Four months ago, after five new Clinton police officers were hired to fill the ranks, there appeared to be plenty of experienced ones on hand to help show them the ropes.
As Clinton’s offense moves inside the opponents’ five-yard line, everyone in the stadium knows what play is coming, and no one can stop it.
Charges were pending Thursday against four individuals who allegedly committed an armed robbery early Wednesday afternoon at a residence in Weatherford.
CORDELL – Blaize Teague, 15, pled guilty as a youthful offender here Thursday to the three charges he was facing for the murder of Cordell resident Tammi Thomas and the wounding of her 13-year-old
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-McLemore retirement also draining CPD
-Teague plea is guilty
-ODOT conducting citywide traffic count
Drivers who’ve noticed the cables laid across several streets in Clinton lately, and wondered why they’re there, won’t have to put up with them for very long, said ODOT Field Division 5 Engineer Br
EL RENO – Week one for the Clinton Middle School football teams seems like an entirely different team and season ago.
Kindergarteners Logan Daley, left, and Greer Ray look at books available in Nance Elementary’s book fair, on now through Friday, Nov. 2, in the school’s library.
Clinton head football coach Reade Box joins us after Clinton's 62-6 win over Chickasha. Reds move to 3-6 overall and keep their playoff hopes alive.
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